Hurricane I Z4046 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database] RAFCommands.com
Hurricane I Z4046
Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry
|Date of Crash || 28 Aug 41 ||Aircraft Name || Hurricane I ||Serial Number || Z4046 |
|Unit || 55 OTU ||Operating Airfield || ||Country || UK|
|Aircrew details || |
|Source|| Henk Welting's Database|
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|Citation ||AIR81 Casualty File Description ||Link |
|AIR81/8628||Sergeant J A Parker (RCAF): killed; aircraft accident, Hurricane Z4046, 55 Operational Training Unit, 28 August 1941.||C16924470|
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|Air Crashes at Sea Civilian War Dead CWGC||Dennis,
Title should read -Re: Beard/Palmer - 14/09/1942!
The following needs to be knocked into shape:
British Overseas Airways Corporation.
S.30 Empire Flying-boat G-AFCZ "Clare".
In transit from Bathurst, Gambia, to Britain via Lisbon, Portugal. Forced-landed with engine trouble at 14.20N 17.32W, broke up and sank. Six crew and thirteen passengers killed.
27204 F/O (First Pilot) George Bertram MUSSON RAF (RAFO), Seconded to BOAC + - Malta Memorial.
122135 P/O (Act. First Off./Second Pilot) Arthur Douglas Charles JENKINS RAFVR + - Runnymede Memorial.
1375499 Sgt (2nd Nav.Off.) Eric Edwin LACE RAFVR, Seconded to BOAC + - Malta Memorial.
First Officer (Sup.Nav.Off.) A O CUNDY BOAC + - Malta Memorial.
Radio Officer Edgar Frederick Goldie BRENT BOAC + - Malta Memorial.
Radio Officer J A WYCHERLEY BOAC + - Malta Memorial.
926353 F/Sgt (Obs.) Alfred Charles ALLBERRY RAFVR + - 37 Sqn. - Fajara War Cemetery*
NZ404678 P/O Terence Albert DIXON RNZAF + - 37 Sqn. - Malta Memorial.
655178 Sgt James Victor GLANSFIELD RAF + - 37 Sqn. - Malta Memorial.
72159 W/C Ronald Ogilvy Maurice GRAHAM RAFVR, DFC + - CO. 37 Sqn. - Malta Memorial.
1014109 F/Sgt George Ball HARDMAN RAFVR + 37 Sqn. - Fajara War Cemetery*
1059568 F/Sgt William KELLY RAFVR + 37 Sqn. - Maltal Memorial.
Can J/4525 F/Lt James Frankish MAGUIRE RCAF + 37 Sqn. - Malta Memorial.
78645 S/L John Arthur Hampden PARKER RAFVR + 37 Sqn. - Malta Memorial.
580863 W/O Alick Edward TURLEY DFM RAF + 37 Sqn. - Malta Memorial.
*Two reported in FYT1/248, as buried at sea. In the Amendments to Volumes One & Two (FYT3/553), Errol states: (Vol.1/p.248), DIXON,T A - for Alamein Memorial, read Malta Memorial. There were nine (not eight) ex-37 Sqn. airmen on board, also two British Army officers , a member of the Free French and a civilian.
All the above is provisional, and needs work.
Who has a copy of, 'Though Without Anger'?
Col. ....Read More.||COL BRUGGY on 30th August 2009 10:32:22|
|Usworth a/c crash in Street||Philip,
One possibility, Hurricane Z4046 crashed at Washington, pilot R78237, Sgt J.A. Parker RCAF killed, pilot failed to recover from spin and dived into the ground.
Forgot to say date, 28/08/41. ....Read More.||AlanW on 6th May 2010 01:40:56|
|Usworth a/c crash in Street||Hi Philip
I have Parker in Z4046 (55 OTU) as a definite.
Malcolm ....Read More.||malcolm_raf on 6th May 2010 01:45:40|